Here's a picture preview of all tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2016 auditions.
It's week two and another feature packed show full of variety this evening with all sorts of acts going before the judges.
And they include Bill Brookman who performs as a one man band... on stilts. Why not?
Other acts we meet this evening include Mexican juggler Roberto Carlos and Katy & Paul, best friends who perform aerial acts above the stage.
There are of course some dance acts with three very unique and different performances: 14-year-old Jack Higgins gives a emotional ballet rendition, troupe Fair Play Crew show off their gaming themed moves and Another Kind of Blue offer up something BGT has never seen before.
More wannabes hoping for yeses from the judges include Jake Rothman, who designs electrical musical instruments called Theremins, Bridie The Tea Lady and singers Jacob Hirst and Wayne Woodward.
As auditions move to Liverpool, magicians prove popular as the panel watch auditions from Jon Hebden with his “bizarre magic” and Jim Everett, who tries to trick the judges and Ant & Dec into pressing the Golden Buzzer.
Mel Harvey is a 73 year old retired magician from Warwickshire who attempts to amaze the judges with a £20 note while Richard Jones tries to read the judges minds.
Rounding off the performances are one of Britain's Got Talent's biggest acts yet: 100 Voices Of Gospel is a choir made up of singers from all over the world including UK, USA, Paris and Africa.
Tune in to Britain's Got Talent 2016 tonight, Saturday April 16 at 8PM, on ITV to watch all of the auditions and see who gets through!